School Dining

Forsyth Country Day is excited to continue our partnership with Flik Independent School Dining. Please take a moment to visit their website and learn about them. We also ask you to visit our FCDS page for menus, monthly food themes, and more. 
Chef Charlie Bruce studied Horticulture at NC State before attending culinary school at The Art Institute of Charlotte. In 2005, served in the military as Fleet Marine Force Navy Corpsman at Bethesda Naval Hospital in Maryland. Charlie transferred to Camp Lejeune where he supported Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Iraqi Freedom on the Syrian border. After his military obligation, Charlie earned a Bachelor’s Degree from UNCG in Business Administration. Most recently a Regional Chef for Canteen, Division of Compass Group.

Flik - Nutrition and Education

At Flik, we believe in a holistic approach to nutrition. Without healthy, balanced mealtime choices, students don't learn as well. And to choose wisely, they need solid nutrition education that teaches them how to make a lifetime of sound dietary decisions.

Our Balance Program gives students the information they're hungry for through in-classroom and in-dining room components. This is our unique approach to promoting a nutritious, healthy lifestyle.

For Lower School, Create Your Plate Healthy is a simple, color-coded guide to selecting balanced meals. Students are encouraged to select a variety of colors to put on their plate, creating a more nutrient-rich meal.

Our monthly Food Focus is our way of allowing students to explore diversity through foods. We use the food of different cultures to bring other parts of the world into your dining room. In addition, we set up Traveling Flavors, a themed food booth once each semester in the dining hall that educates students about the culture they are sampling.

Tastings provide opportunities for culinary experimentation and menu building as well as communication with students. Ongoing encouragement to try a small amount of new, healthy food or dish is key in acceptance – and enjoyment!

Healthy Foods Matter is a monthly program highlighting a specific food rich in nutrients. Annually rotated from fruits and vegetable to grains and beans, recipe cards are provided for students to take and try dishes with their families at home.

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  • Purchase History

    You can check balances and view purchases at MySchoolBucks. Here's how:
    1. Download the app or visit MySchoolBucks and click on Sign Up Today.
    2. Create a user profile with your email address, a password, and security questions.
    3. Add a Student to your account using the student’s name, date of birth and/or student ID number.
    Then click on your child's name and click Cafeteria Purchases to view purchase details. Transaction history is available for the past 90 days by clicking Cafeteria Meal History in the Meal Accounts drop-down menu.

    NOTE - payment of the purchases at Forsyth Country Day School is handled through student billing, so the payment option on MySchoolBucks is disabled for our school.

    Questions? Contact MySchoolBucks at or (855) 832-5226.
  • Weekly Menus

    Go to the Forsyth Country Day webpage and scroll down to see menus. 
Forsyth Country Day School (FCDS) is a private, college preparatory, independent school for preschool through high school located in Lewisville, NC, just outside of Winston-Salem. Students benefit from a challenging academic curriculum, fine and performing arts, competitive athletics, and a wide selection of extracurricular activities.